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Shopping for an RV? An RV show is the place to start

Buying a motorhome or RV is not an impulse move. It takes a lit of time, a lot of fact-finding. Jim Hammill, president of Roadtrek Motorhomes, says the company has noted that from the time a person first contacts them about an RV to the time they register as an owner averages around one year. […]Read More

Jennifer’s Take: Why I don’t drive our RV very much

This is a guest post from Jennifer, Mike's wife. And it comes after Angie, one of this blog's regular readers, asked me to share my experiences driving our Roadtrek Type B motorhome. Mike has noted a couple of times that I dont drive it much so I've agreed to explain why. First, let me say […]Read More

Dual-Anniversary 2013 Roadtrek Rally in Branson Already sold out

The 2012 season is still not over but already, one of 2013's major gatherings is a sell out. It's the big double anniversary rally in Branson, MO May 20-24, 2013 that celebrates the 40th anniversary of the founding of Roadtrek Motorhomes and the 20th anniversary of the Roadtrek International owners group chapter of the Family […]Read More

Roadtrek’s new RS E-Trek is Perfect for Boondocking

Maybe we should now use a new term for “Boondocking,” or dry camping in the wilderness without hookups or utilities. Maybe now we should call it “Boontreking.” That's my take after a hands-on look at the brand new, high tech and eco-friendly RS E-Trek, the latest addition to the Roadtrek family of motorhomes. I made […]Read More

Lessons learned from first long Roadtrek Trip

In all, we traveled about 2,300 miles through seven states – from Michigan to Florida, and back. It was our first trip in the Roadtrek and here are my takeaways from the long drive and four nights of sleeping in the rig: It drives best between 65-70 mph. I did all but a hundred or […]Read More

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